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Exhibition regulations (extract)
The exhibition is held under the patronage of the Fédération Cynologique Internationale.
The Kynological Regulations of the Vereniging Raad van Beheer in the Netherlands and the rules of the FCI apply to the exhibition.
The exhibition will be held on Saturday 7 and Sunday 8 August 2021 in the Evenementenhal Gorinchem, Franklinweg 2 – 4207 HZ Gorinchem, or if special circumstances necessitate a change, at a place and date to be determined by the board of the association.
Only dogs that are included in the NHSB, in the appendices of the NHSB or in a recognized foreign dog studbook can be registered. If you live in the Netherlands, the dog must be included in the NHSB.
The registration must be made to the name and address of the first owner, as stated on the pedigree / title deed.
Once registered dogs can no longer be withdrawn and / or changed and the payment obligation remains in effect at all times.
By registering, you agree that your data will be provided in the context of the Personal Data Protection Act for the benefit of the exhibition itself, the championships and the partners, as well as for the activities of the Board of Directors.
The sender / exhibitor declares that by registering he accepts the jurisdiction of the Vereniging Raad van Beheer in the Kynological Area in the Netherlands and the operation of the Kynological Regulations and is deemed to be familiar with these regulations.
The sender / exhibitor declares that the dog registered by him has been sufficiently vaccinated (regular vaccinations), the validity of which is demonstrable. Furthermore, the exhibitor / exhibitor declares that the dog registered by him, as far as he is known, has not been in circumstances during the last twelve weeks that could lead to a risk of contamination with distemper or any other contagious disease and that he will not take the dog. if the aforementioned circumstances should still arise. Dogs coming from abroad must also have a valid rabies vaccination and be able to prove this by means of the European dog passport.
All dogs present at the exhibition (including visiting dogs and / or demonstration dogs) must be able to demonstrate by means of the vaccination booklet / European dog passport that the dog has been sufficiently vaccinated.
The sender / exhibitor declares that the registered dog, if born in the Netherlands after April 30, 1989 or born abroad after a legal docking prohibition has come into force there, or if born after October 1, 1996 in any country, has been docked. Dogs that have been docked by the tail and that were born in the Netherlands after August 31, 2001 or abroad after a legal docking ban has entered into force, are not allowed to participate in the exhibition. Dogs with amputated tails are allowed to participate in this exhibition, provided this amputation is the result of a medical necessity. The declaration of the necessary amputation must be recorded in writing in the European animal passport by a practicing veterinarian. This statement must be presented at the event. Dogs with amputated tails can also participate if it can be demonstrated that this dog was born in a country where there is no ban on tail docking or was born before a tail docking ban was in force in the country of birth. In that case, the country of birth must be stated on the registration form.
Not allowed :
Dogs with an ear or skin condition;
Males that do not have two normal testicles fully descended into the scrotum, unless entered exclusively for a competition or demonstration.
In the event of an emergency, the board does not consider itself obliged to return the registration fee in whole or in part.
The dogs can be brought into the exhibition building from 8 a.m.
The inspections start at 9 a.m. The inspections of the honorary prizes start at approximately 3.00 pm or as soon as the organization or the delegate of the Board of Directors deems this desirable. Exhibitors are not warned via the public address system to enter the ring with their dog (s).
The exhibition is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The secretariat during the exhibition is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Each participant irrevocably submits to the judgment of the appointed judge. Each presented dog is deemed to have been inspected, provided it is presented to the judge appointed for that breed. Dogs sent from the ring by the judge, for whatever reason that removal may occur, will be deemed to have been inspected.
Article VI.17 Canine regulations:
It is forbidden to use parforce bands, incentive bands and / or other means of coercion at exhibitions or competitions.
It is forbidden to call, whistle or otherwise attract the attention of dogs that are in the ring at an exhibition.
Prizes: A reminder will be made available upon obtaining a qualification. At this exhibition, proposals for the awarding of a certificate from the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (CACIB), and proposals for the award of a championship prize from the Board of Directors (CAC) can be earned for all definitively recognized breeds.
There will be no benching at the exhibition.
Damage caused by a visitor, stand holder, exhibitor or dog can never be recovered from the organization
The classes of participation are defined as follows, whereby the date on which the dog is shown is decisive for determining the age:
Youngest puppy class: for dogs that have reached the age of 4 months on the day of the event and have not yet reached the age of 6 months (CAC – CACIB not possible).
Puppy class: for dogs that have reached the age of 6 months on the day of the event and have not yet reached the age of 9 months (CAC – CACIB not possible).
Youth class: for dogs that have reached the age of 9 months on the day of the event and have not yet reached the age of 18 months (CACIB not possible).
Intermediate class: for dogs that have reached the age of 15 months on the day of the event and have not yet reached the age of 24 months.
Open class: for dogs that have reached the age of 15 months on the day of the event.
Working dog class: for working dogs who have reached the age of 15 months on the day of the event and for which the Board of Directors or, if the owner resides abroad, by the umbrella organization of that country, a declaration as referred to in Article IV. .21 paragraph 1 of the Kynological regulations has been issued (send a copy). If this copy is not included, the dog will be entered in the open class.
Championship class: for dogs that have reached the age of 15 months on the day of the event and have a National or International Championship title; for example Belgian, Dutch or German Champion / VDH Champion (all other titles are excluded). The championship titles must be stated on the registration form. A photocopy of the awarding of one of the titles by the umbrella organization must be enclosed with the registration. If this copy is not included, the dog will be entered in the open class.
Veteran class: for dogs that have reached the full age of 8 years on the day of the event (CACIB not possible).
Couple class: a male and a female of the same breed and variety, of which the same exhibitor is the (first) owner. For the flock class, the dogs must also be registered in one of the other classes.
Art. IV 95 of the Kynological Regulations of the Board of Directors reads:
Only dogs, of which the qualification “excellent” has been awarded, is taken part in the Honors.
Subject to the provisions of the first paragraph, all dogs that have become Best of Breed or Best of Variety Group, respectively, are obliged to participate in the Inspection, unless the inspection is carried out by a different judge than stated in the request program.
In case of a judge change after the closing of the registration date determined by the organization of the Pinkestershow, the exhibitor is entitled to a refund of the registration fee paid by him / her minus administration costs (€ 10.00).